Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce its squads for the 2023 National Youth Championships.
Football NSW will host the 2023 National Youth Championships with the Boys Championships being played at Valentine Sports Park, Glenwood and the Girls Championships to be played at WIN Stadium plus John Crehan Park, Wollongong in October.
NNSWF Technical Director Ryan Doidge said he was pleased to make the announcement.
“Players were selected following a thorough process consisting of match observations from NNSWF Technical Advisors, participation in Talent Support Program, and participation in tournaments and Elite Games,” Doidge said.
“This process of identification, assessment and benchmarking was also backed up by data captured via NNSWF’s Talent ID App and numerous conversations with premier club, regional member zone and Newcastle Jets Academy technical directors and coaches. We are focusing on honing our identification processes and providing high levels of clarity around the talented player pathway.
"We're also pleased to announce the coaching team that will support each squad. This group of highly accredited coaches have a wealth of experience in developing players at the highest level and we look forward to seeing them assist this cohort maximise their potential at the championships in October.”
NNSWF CEO Peter Haynes congratulated the selected players and coaching teams.
“Congratulations to all of the players who will represent us at the 2023 National Youth Championships and wish them all the very best for the tournament,” Haynes said.
Football Australia charged NNSWF with the responsibility to select an under-15s boys and under-16s boys squad, as well as one under-14s and one under-16s girls squad to compete at the championships.
The NYC Boys will be played from 2 to 6 October while the NYC Girls will be played from 9 to 13 October.
The National Youth Championships are Football Australia’s primary national football tournament for under-15s and under-16s boys and under-14s and under-16s girls. The competition will see teams from each of Football Australia’s state member federations compete over five days.
Visit the 2023 National Youth Championships homepage HERE
2023 National Youth Championships - Northern NSW Football squads
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